Force-ranking

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The Devil’s Advocate™ sounds off on Management

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The idea that the collection of a team of workers you fall over yourselves to persuade yourself, and the virtue-signaling world that apparently guides your corporate philosophy, is uniquely diverse and inclusive, multi-faceted and drawing in skills and attributes from all kinds of incommensurable paradigms, can nonetheless be ranked, first to last, and fitted to a bell curve, for subsequent culling, at one end, and promotion, at the other. Also that outwardly denying its existence, but inwardly insisting your managers rigidly apply it, is somehow acceptable behaviour.

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